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? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. targeted him. the twist sheg new light on the case. nextn cbs 5 c1 3 >> i can play soccer on my touches. i can run. i can climb mount kilimanjaro. >> that's right. he said kilimanjaro. >>> then there's wrestling. he finished third in the state in his weight class. but it was this moment on the soccer field that provided a much bigger audience for him. two weeks ago, he scored his first varsity goal with more than a million youtube hits. it might be the most famous high school soccer goal ever. >>> it was more like, that was a nice goal. >> but isn't that exactly what you're looking for out of life? >> exactly. i'm -- no pity. no differences. i just want to be seen as an equal. >> he pads his crutches for safety. the athletic association ruled he could use them, citing the americans with disabilities act. he's quick to push back against anyone whob suggests playing with crutches gives him some kind of competitive advantage. >> i suggest they try it and then we can go from there. >> this past summer
business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >> pelley: there's a sports video that we've been watching over and over again here in the newsroom. its star isn't a pro, in fact, he's 18 and plays high school soccer. jim axelrod has his amazing story. >> reporter: it's not hard to pick out nico calabria, joging with his varsity soccer teammates at concord carlisle high school outside boston. he is and always has been the kid with one leg. what is hard to do when watching nico is to believe what you're seeing. >> my disability doesn't define who i am. my disability gives me a challenge everyday. >> reporter: born without a right leg and right hip, nico was raised by parents whose only expectation for their son was that he not expect any special treatment. >> there's no-- you're not taking out the garbage, you're doing everything that every other did in the family is doing. >> reporter: do you take out the garbage? >> oh, yeah, i hate it, though. >> reporter: he was just five years old when he decided that a traditional prosthetic leg was simply holding him ba
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